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Cyber Security Today, April 15, 2022 – A new botnet discovered, low MFA adoption and a Struts bug finally patched

This episode reports on the finding of a new botnet, low MFA adoption in US critical infrastructure sector a Struts bug finally patched and a fix issued for hospital robot carts

How SMBs can create an identity management strategy

Identity management is crucial for an effective cybersecurity defence, but isn't as hard as some organizations believe, experts said at a webinar as part...

Cyber Security Today, Wednesday April 13, 2022 – Updated malware attacks a Ukraine power company, the RaidForums darkweb site is seized, a new Hafnium...

This episode reports on the Sandworm group's latest attack on a Ukraine power company, the closing of the RaidForums darkweb marketplace, a new Hafnium attack uses Windows Scheduler to launch attacks and more patches issued

Cyber Security Today, April 11, 2022 -Malware aimed at the Spring Java framework, AWS Lambda and in Android apps

This episode reports on the Mirai botnet abusing the unpatched Spring Java framework, a data breach at toolmaker Snap-on, action against threat actors by Microsoft and Meta and more

Cyber Security Today, April 8, 2022 – Software developers admit releasing poor code, product warnings from Palo Alto Networks and VMware, and more

This episode reports on a survey of application developers, a phony voicemail scam and more

Cyber Security Today, April 6, 2022 – Patch Linux fast, secure your Totolink routers, news on the new Borat trojan and more Russia-Ukraine cyberwar

Today's episode reports on vulnerabilities in Linux and Totolink routers, the discovery of the Borat trojan and more on the Russia-Ukraine cyberwar

Cyber Security Today, April 4, 2022 – British teens face Lapsus$-related criminal charges, an MFA warning and updates needed for Github, Rockwell PLCs and...

Today's podcast reports on U.K. teens charged with cyber offences, how MFA can be over-ridden and security updates to be installed

Cyber Security Today, April 1, 2022 – Spring Java framework needs patching, nation-state attackers take advantage of Ukraine war and a warning to student...

This podcast reports on vulnerabilities in the Spring Java framework, nation-state attackers making Ukraine-themed spear phishing attacks and how crooks send job scams to university students

Cyber Security Today, March 30, 2022 – World Backup Day advice, malware expands in NPM library and a new distribution method for a trojan

World Backup Day advice, malware expands in NPM library and a new distribution method for a trojan. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Wednesday, March...

Canada, U.S. to negotiate treaty to speed up police data access requests

The United States will enter into negotiations with Canada on an agreement to allow police with court orders to get easier access on both...

Canadian small businesses get another cybersecurity training resource

Members of Canada's small business lobby group will have access to free online cybersecurity training in a few months, including lessons on ways to...

Many Canadian firms still ‘bury their heads in the sand’ over cyber risks, says expert

Leaders of many Canadian organizations still think they won’t be the victim of a cyber attack, says the head of the cybersecurity practice of...

Cyber Security Today, March 28, 2022 – Kaspersky on US security threat list, malware found in NPM open source library, and more

This episode reports on putting of Kaspersky on US national security threat list, malware found in NPM open source library and security updates for Sophos, Chrome and Western Digital products

Cyber Security Today, March 25, 2022 – More ransomware statistics, infected Excel files, a Chrome bug exploited and more

This episode reports on ransomware statistics from Palo Alto Networks and the FBI, infected Excel files spreading a trojan, a Chrome bug exploited and more

Microsoft admits Lapsus$ hacked an employee’s account; provides analysis of group’s tactics

Microsoft has acknowledged the Lapsus$ extortion gang compromised a single employee account and had "limited access" to its systems, saying the gang's boast it...

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